Fans love anything related to "The Godfather", and this is a serious piece of memorabilia. The autograph puts this in the no-brainer category. Buy it.
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- Fact 1: This commemorative script of The Godfather was given to executive producer Robert Evans by fellow producer Albert Ruddy (not Al Pacino, as originally thought).
- Fact 2: "The Godfather", based on the book by Mario Puzo and released in 1972, won three Academy Awards and is consistently rated as one of the greatest films ever made.
- Fact 3: Director Francis Ford Coppola, worried about glorifying the violence and crime of the Mafia, chose to paint the film as a metaphor for American capitalism.
- Fact 4: Marlon Brando refused the Best Actor Oscar given for his role as Vito Corleone. Native American actress Sacheen Littlefoot appeared in his place, explaining his boycott.
- Fact 5: "The Godfather" was one of the most influential films of the 20th century, spawning countless homages and parodies and even inspiring many real-life mobsters.
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